Atari has pushed the RACE Pro release date back a week.

The SimBin-developed Xbox 360 driving game will now sit in shops from 20th February.

Swedish outfit SimBin created the well-received GTR series for PC, you may remember, so we're quite excited to see what comes out of the garage this time around.

Early impressions are favourable; Oli picked up good vibrations during his RACE Pro hands-on session last December. And, with the next instalment of Forza still under wraps, there's plenty of room for a simulation racer to take up a strong position in 2009.

Head over to our RACE Pro gamepage for pictures and videos.

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